LG V10 vs LG G4 Camera Comparison

October 12, 2015

LG V10 and G4 side by side

In this article we’ll take a closer look at the differences between the LG V10 and LG G4 rear and front facing cameras. LG certainly showed itself as a strong competitor with the LG G4 and its great rear-facing camera. Now that the LG V10 is out, it’s interesting to see how this new phone’s camera stand against the G4 one.

Let’s take a look at the dry specs first.

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The LG V10 features the same exact main camera as  the LG G4. The only changes between the two are the front camera and the V10 enhanced software features.

The LG V10 features two 5MP front cameras instead of one. The biggest advantage of this setup is that you can capture photos in either 80-degrees or 120-degrees field of view.

The LG V10 also enjoys HiFi DAC audio and a manual video mode using the default camera app. You can use it to manually adjust the camera settings in real-time while recording the video. Some people are already searching for a way to port this feature to the LG G4. The video manual mode allows you to control the ISO, frame-rate, shutter speed, white balance and focus while recording videos up to 4K resolution. The LG G4 doesn’t have this flexibility, but it shoots 4K videos as well. For an in-depth look into the LG G4 camera manual mode, read my G4 manual mode guide.

Those features certainly makes the LG V10 more interesting than the LG G4, especially considering its other non camera related features, including a second screen, durable SAE grade 316L stain- less steel (hypoallergenic material), it’s MIL-STD-810G Transit Drop Compliant (shock resistant), Dura Skin silicone back,  has +1GB more RAM than the G4, new fingerprint scanner and slightly bigger display (5.7 vs 5.5 in.).

So would you prefer upgrading from the LG G4 to the new LG V10 or do you think that all those updates doesn’t worth the upgrade? – share your opinion in the comment section below. Thanks.

 



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